We love dogs; they’re amazing companions - fun, loving, and they bring us lots of joy. But for some people their dog is more than just a pet – they’re a lifeline.
Archive for 2020
If there is one thing that many dogs look forward to each day, it is getting out of the house for a walk. Whereas this used to be plentiful, the arrival of COVID-19 and the resulting Government measures that followed, has caused changes to the routines of both pets and owners alike.
Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month aims to raise awareness of the importance of the role of the veterinary nursing profession to the public.
The Eastcott veterinary team is here for your beloved pets, all year round, and despite the current circumstances remain committed to quality and excellence in everything we do - which is why we wanted to ‘paws’ this World Veterinary Day to say thank you.
As we approach the warmer months, when ticks like to make an appearance, we wanted to give our pet owners a head start in preparing to tackle ticks!
We need to careful and ensure our pets don’t get a hold of any, as chocolate could be dangerous for our animals, especially dogs!
With Easter coming up, our opening hours will vary from our usual times.
COVID-19 is much in the news, and some reports are based on fact, others speculation. We don’t have all the answers, but we do have some advice for you as a pet owner – or someone who spends a lot of time around pets – here’s what you should know:
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we have pulled together a list of the frequently asked questions.
We are focusing our efforts on the pets in urgent need of our care and are only physically open for urgent and emergency cases.